Remember when Olivia Wilde was given custody papers On CinemaCon? today isActress and director Don’t worry baby She came back to comment on what happened, revealing that she wasn’t actually surprised.
It was the end of 2020 when it became known about Divorce between Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde After 7 years of marriage, but no one expects to see the repercussions of such an event on the stage of an important agreement.
Yet he is What happened at CinemaConWhen Sudeikis’ lawyers delivered custody papers straight to the theater where Wilde was presenting his new movie, Don’t Worry Baby.
“It was my place of work. And in any other workplace, this episode would have passed like an attack. It was so shockingThe actress commented in a recent interview with Variety.What should have happened. There was a major glitch in the security system, which is inconvenient. And then all you have to do is to be able to enter that room, you have to get several badges, take various tests for COVID in the previous days, and get special bracelets that guarantee you will enter the event… It was definitely something of a premeditated one.“.
“And the The only people who end up suffering from it are my kidsbecause they should have seen something like this happen, when they shouldn’t even know what happened.” “For me it was terrible, but The victims here are between 5 and 8 years old, which is really sad. I chose to become an actress, aware of being always in the spotlight. But they did not ask for it. And when kids are dragged into this business, it really hurts“.
“And the I hated the fact that this ugliness distracted from the work of so many different people It’s the studio I’ve been representing. This sabotage attempt was really cruel. But I had work to do, and I don’t get distracted easilyFinally, he added, revealing that “you know though, The sad thing is, I wasn’t completely surprised. I mean, there is a reason to leave that relationship“.
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